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Portfolio Category: Historical Properties

Lyric Theater

Lyric Theater The Lyric Theater was a focal point of social life in Overtown, the center of Miami's historic African-American community. When the theater opened, it was an important stop on the black vaudeville circuit, known affectionately as the “Chitlin' Circuit.”  In the 1930s and 1940s, the theater was a major component of NW 2nd Avenue's “Little Broadway” entertainment district Continue Reading

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Palm Beach Biltmore

Palm Beach Biltmore Formally the Alba Hotel, which opened in 1925, The Palm Beach Biltmore is a unique complex that was converted to condominiums throughout the 1970′s with architect Eugene Lawrence.  Traditional old world elegance with gracious marble foyers, high ceilings, 24 hour security and concierge service, this 128 unit complex with 11 floors is situated directly on the Intracoastal Continue Reading

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